Corte di Nettuno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Fast sail all the way over to Otranto and even had the fun of Dolphins playing at the helm. Busy shipping lanes overnight kept us all on our toes and Eric plenty of time to practise his lights. Winds were so favourable we headed on South to M.Saint Di Leuca still arriving by 3pm in time for a cocktail on shore before getting Ellis already for next early departure ...
... coming out of the top. That was very cool. Now back to bed for the afternoon. Walking to get food is so painful we ordered room service for lunch. At 7:00 Donna wanted dinner. We hobbled up to dinner which turned into a complete bust for Donna. She was nice enough to get me pizza. Seafood night didn't cut it for me either. Afterward we were on our way back to ...
... baroque architecture with our guide Daniella. After the tour, we stopped at Caffe Tito Sciapa, named for a singer who was buds with Al Capone, for our now customary pre-dinner wine and card games. After a tough battle with Kate, Dad rest abolished himself as the Biggest Loser in hearts ending with a brilliant but failed-by-one-heart attempt to shoot the moon. We ended with an early dinner at a pizzeria that was filled with locals and ...
... may have been exaggerated a little). For the next 3km or so, we biked through very lightly spitting rain, a mild annoyance, but nothing to write home about... unless you talk about the sign first. :) We came down off that first hill, and crossed a gorgeous ravine, with the turquoise of the Adriatic lapping at sand below. And then biked uphill. Cresting then coming down the backsides of all these hills made them entirely worth it though. As you round the last corner, ...
... It also home to a very loud dog that was adamant that the three bikers it could hear, but not see, leave the road near its land. The third section seemed to have been created by a truck filled with red clay that was leaking out the back as it drove through a field. This section had also likely seen a meteor shower recently. According to the tour company, they hear of about 3 flat tires a year. Odds are, all three take place in one of these three sections! Regardless ...